Throughout the year, we offer a variety of member events, including panels, roundtables, short courses and luncheons.
September 24, 2010
U. S. companies are investing heavily in cloud computing, the new Information Technology delivery model, to reduce total costs of ownership while expanding opportunites to reach more customers. In this educational seminar, you will learn how industry leaders, including IBM, GM Hosting and ITT, are delivering and taking advantage of cloud computing technology. You'll also network with prospective employers and target career opportunities in this exciting, fast-growing field.
- North Classroom 1130 (Auraria Campus), 1200 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80217
- 1:00 p.m to 5:30 p.m.
- $25 for RMIMA and AITP members; $50 for non-members; free for faculty, students, alumni
Please note that limited space is available and registration is required. Register at www.rmima.org.
Save the Date: October 25, 2010
What skills are employers looking for? How can you position yourself as a top candidate? How do you you get the edge?
Find out at this fifth-annual panel event. Learn what executives from several of Denver's most successful public and private companies see as the future of business and information technology. Topics of particular interest to students include:
- What skills, knowledge and experience executives are looking for in future hires
- How information technology influences and integrates with every aspect of business
- What students can do to prepare themselves for their business futures
This event is promoted to the entire university and supports both the presenting businesses and the Information Systems discipline by getting information to the student population.
The event is cosponsored by the student Information Systems Association (ISA) and CU Denver Career Center.
CITI hosts an annual event where the hosting members invite a table of colleagues and staff to hear from CEOs and industry experts.
Past events have included:
- Father of the Internet - Vinton Cerf
- New CEO Strategies and Challenges, featuring CEOs from J.D. Edwards, Ball Corporation and Qwest Communications
- The Future of Telecom, featuring CEOs from Level 3 Communications, UnitedGlobalCom and AT&T Wireless.
Industry leaders and pioneers join prominent researchers to present workshops dealing with topics of relevance to the business community. Such workshops may deal with first-hand corporate experiences with emerging information technologies; demonstrate these technologies; and explore policy issues related to technology implementation.
Workshops may include best practices, e-business, security, web integration strategies, outsourcing, systems funding and integration, and Internet privacy, to name a few. In a past event, Gary Beach, publisher of CIO magazine, facilitated a member discussion about the state of IT today, the legacy albatross, knowledge management and cutting costs.
Information technology experts from industry and academia address topical issues of interest to our member firms in customized short courses. Participants take away information and skills for immediate use in their organizations.
Short course topics have included “Why Projects Fail,” “IT Maintenance, Repair and Operations – Systems Integration” and “Leading Geeks” by the author of the book Leading Geeks.